[python-committers] Brian Kearns for commit
ncoghlan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 09:36:14 CET 2014
On 11 Mar 2014 09:10, "Antoine Pitrou" <antoine at python.org> wrote:
> On lun., 2014-03-10 at 16:02 -0700, Alex Gaynor wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'd like to propose Brian Kearns for commit. He's been a committer on
> > PyPy for about a year and a half now, and in particular he's done a
> > bunch of "Python version" works: things like upgrading us from the
> > 2.7.3 stdlib to the 2.7.6 stdlib, and py3k work. He's interested in
> > having commit for the purposes of doing interop work on the stdlib
> > tests: things like making sure tests aren't reliant on refcounting,
> > correctly marking tests as impl details, etc.
> I'd really prefer someone to have experience in contributing to CPython
> before they get commit rights. I might mistaken, but I can't find any
> contribution bearing Brain's name.
> Furthermore, giving arbitrary commit rights to core devs of third-party
> projects (such as PyPy and Twisted) doesn't seem to have produced any
> significant CPython contributions from them, IIRC.
Aye, our processes are currently arcane enough that posting a patch to the
tracker is *less* work than doing the commit yourself (on the other hand,
it depends on another human to get it committed).
On the other hand, if Brian has read PEP 462 and *still* wants to commit
patches directly, then I wouldn't be opposed (given Alex's recommendation).
Call it +0.
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